Listening Room Therapy
Stacy Delgado-Willis, Psychotherapist
CA Lic. LMFT 103350
As your therapist, it is my role to build a collaborative relationship with you, so that we can navigate a path of healing, wellness, and growth that stays true to your unique experience and goals.
In relational therapy, my role is to maintain a neutral and compassionate stance, and to provide a safe, non-judgmental environment for the work of building and maintaining healthy interpersonal and intimate connections.
As a family therapist, my role is to observe and evaluate the dynamics at work in a family system, and work together with the family group to develop and maintain healthy, functional relationships and behaviors among members.
Psychotherapists can use a lot of different approaches to provide the services their clients need. We make choices about how to practice based on what works for our clients, what techniques have been proven effective, and what styles we feel comfortable working with. It's important for a client to find a therapist who is a good "fit" stylistically, to get the most from their experience in therapy. Here's a little about how I practice:
My practice strives to uphold an inclusive and affirming space for LGBTQIA+ identities (my pronouns are she/her), bodies of all sizes, shapes, shades, and abilities, and people involved in non-traditional relationships or family structures.
I use a "person-centered" approach to therapy, because I appreciate individual experience, and believe every person adds something unique to the world we share. I enjoy working with people who are sometimes considered different, awkward, or even rebels by mainstream culture...
I received my Master of Arts In Counseling degree in 2012, and have been practicing therapy for the past 7+ years with a focus on trauma recovery. I am a currently licensed marriage and family therapist, and a member of the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists (CAMFT)...
If you are interested in healing, growing, or achieving more for yourself and your relationships, or just want to know someone else will listening and understand, please reach out today for a free consultation.
If you are in crisis or you think you may have an emergency, call your doctor or 911 immediately. If you're having suicidal thoughts, call 1-800-273-TALK (8255) to talk to a skilled, trained counselor at a crisis center in your area at any time (National Suicide Prevention Lifeline). If you are located outside the United States, call your local emergency line immediately.
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